Principles of neurology
McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1993 - Medical - 1394 pages
Discusses phenomenology of neurologic disease, a detailed exposition of the symptoms and signs of disordered nervous function, their anatomic and physiologic bases, and their clinical applications. Various syndromes of which these symptoms are a part also covered.
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PARTI APPROACH TO THE PATIENT WITH NEUROLOGIC DISEASE
The Clinical Method of Neurology 3
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